Jeezy. Stage AE. 8 p.m.
Young Jeezy in support.
The full spectrum of Jeezy will be playing Stage AE. Expect to feel like you’re in the Dirty South. Tickets can be purchased at ticketmaster.com.
Keys ‘n’ Krates. Rex Theater. 8 p.m.
gLAdiator and Thugli in support.
Live trap group Keys ‘n’ Krates will be blasting the roof off of the Rex, if trap friends gLAdiator and Thugli don’t beat them to it. Expect ratchetness, lots of ratchetness. Tickets can be purchased at ticketfly.com.
Break Science. Mr. Smalls Theatre. 8 p.m.
Manic Focus and Space Jesus in support.
Electronic hip-hop duo Break Science will be bringing hard-hitting beats with live drumming to Mr. Smalls. Expect plenty of vibing. Electro-soul producer Manic Focus and future-trap artist Space Jesus will play in support. Tickets are $15, and can be purchased at ticketfly.com.
Open Mic Night. Baker 260. 7 p.m.
Hosted by Oakland Review.
The Oakland Review will be hosting their first Open Mic night of the year. Students can read poetry, prose, grocery lists — anything you want. Contact a member of the Oakland Review board if you’re interested in reading. Admission is free, and refreshments will be served.
Rusko. Xtaza. 9 p.m.
Dubstep pioneer Rusko will play Xtaza, bringing his driving beats that helped define the genre. Tickets can be purchased at ticketfly.com.
Royal Ballet of Cambodia. Byham Theater. 8 p.m.
Renowned for its graceful hand gestures and stunning costumes, the Royal Ballet of Cambodia has been closely associated with the Khmer court for more than 1,000 years. The traditional style celebrates graceful, subtle movement. Tickets start at $25, and can be purchased at trustarts.culturaldistrict.org.
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble. Heinz Chapel, University of Pittsburgh. 8:30 p.m.
With examples and a performance by the Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble, musicologist Robert Fallon will present a lectured titled “A Veteran’s Day Anti-Requiem: The Music and Symbolism of War, Death, and Resurrection in Messiaen’s “Et exspecto.”” Dr. Fallon will explain the background and rich musical and religious symbolism. Admission is $5 for the general public and free with a valid Carnegie Mellon I.D.
R.L. Grime. Mr. Smalls Theatre. 8 p.m.
This rising trap producer and DJ is coming to Pittsburgh as part of his first headlining tour. Anyone remember when he played in Rangos and there were like 50 people there? Branchez and Tommy Kruise will play in support.Tickets can be purchased at ticketweb.com.
Storyteller: The Photographs of Duane Michals. Carnegie Museum of Art. Through March 2.
This retrospective collection examines and celebrates the groundbreaking and rule-bending Pittsburgh photographer’s life and work. Admission to the Carnegie Museum of Art is free with a valid Carnegie Mellon student ID.
Public Record. SPACE Galleries. Through Nov. 9.
A collection of works by nine different artists from the international community. This presentation is part of the Pittsburgh Biennial 2014. Admission to the SPACE Galleries is free and open to the public.
Chuck Connelly: My America. The Andy Warhol Museum. Through Jan. 4.
As part of the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial, the Warhol is presenting works from Pittsburgh native and surrealist painter Chuck Connelly. Admission to the museum is free with a Carnegie Mellon student ID.
The 13 Most Wanted Men. The Andy Warhol Museum. Through Jan. 4.
This exhibit explores a controversy Warhol ignited at the 1964 New York World’s Fair when he expanded and displayed mug shots from NYPD records of the 13 most wanted men of 1962. Admission to the museum is free with a Carnegie Mellon student ID.